Rocket Model Sheerline Perspectives

Why being Indispensable is NOT good for business

3rd July, 2017

How often have you heard the comment, “He or she is a born leader?” There are certain characteristics found in some people that seem to naturally put them in a position where they’re looked up to as a leader, but what really what makes a good leader? Read on to find out...

If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will do

10th November, 2016

As a management consultant in a previous life and now as an executive coach, I have a little game when I sit in an organisation’s reception and gaze at the Mission Statement which is usually prominently displayed on the wall.

Creating a Fun Workplace

13th October, 2016

How often do you hear people saying that they hate their job and dread going to work?

The True Olympic Legacy

8th September, 2016

Team power can be defined as the quantity and quality of resources available to a team but there are several other aspects of team goals worth noting. Read on...

The Worst Job I Ever Had

14th July, 2016

Wow, a lot has happened since my last blog - events moving at breakneck speed. Every political party in the UK seems to be in turmoil and the Government, whoever ends up as Prime Minister, has an awful lot on its plate. So how should they go about putting these new teams together? Read on...

Getting the Chemistry Right

11th February, 2016

In this months blog I look at behaviours of the individuals in top teams and how that is influenced or determined by the goals that are being developed and set

Top Tips for... Dealing with 'Team Killers'

22nd September, 2015

Our blog this month focuses on morale within high performing teams and how to handle intra-team conflict. To complement the advice given in that article, here are our top tips for handling ‘Team Killers’: